A License for Local Reporting

December 22, 2007 – New York Times op-ed piece in which the Carnegie-Knight Task Force, including Shorenstein Center director Alex S. Jones, spoke out about the FCC and broadcast regulations. Learn more

Discussion with Professor Ted Gup

December 5, 2007 – Brown-bag lunch with Professor Ted Gup, Case Western Reserve University.

Discussion with political director Chuck Todd

December 4, 2007 – Brown-bag lunch with political director Chuck Todd, NBC News.

Women and News: Expanding the News Audience, Increasing Political Participation, and Informing Citizens

November 30, 2007 – “Women and News: Expanding the News Audience, Increasing Political Participation, and Informing Citizens.” Panelists, speakers and moderators include: Ellen Goodman, Boston Globe; Susan Carroll, Rutgers University; Pippa Norris, Harvard University; Kay Schlozman, Boston College; Sidney Verba, Harvard…

Discussion with Bob Drogin

November 27, 2007 – Brown-bag lunch with Bob Drogin, the Los Angeles Times.

Discussion with Middle East correspondent Anthony Shadid

November 14, 2007 – Brown-bag lunch with Middle East correspondent Anthony Shadid, the Washington Post.

Discussion with Norman Pearlstine

November 6, 2007 – Brown-bag lunch with Norman Pearlstine, the Carlyle Group.

Discussion with Mark McKinnon

November 5, 2007 – Brown-bag lunch with Mark McKinnon, Public Strategies, Inc.

Financial Reporting: The Disconnect between the Front Page and the Business Section

November 1, 2007 – Panelists: Floyd Norris, the New York Times; Jane Bryant Quinn, Newsweek; Ed Glaeser, Harvard University; Jeff Frankel, Harvard University. Moderator: Tom Patterson, acting director, Shorenstein Center; Bradlee Professor of Government and the Press.

The Invisible Primary — Invisible No Longer

October 26, 2007 – Shorenstein Center releases new report with Project for Excellence in Journalism, The Invisible Primary — Invisible No Longer, which explores how the news media covered the early months of the 2008 presidential election. With the race…